Mindszenty


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Mindszenty

(ˈmɪndsɛntɪ)
n
(Biography) Joseph. 1892–1975, Hungarian cardinal. He was sentenced to life imprisonment on a charge of treason (1949) but released during the 1956 Revolution
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It was these voices that turned the Mindszenty case into a human rights crusade against Communism, one that fit well into American political thought of the time.
The Permian deposit is very similar to the bauxite deposits of North Viet-Nam in terms of geographical and geological characteristics (Komlossy, 1976; Mindszenty, 1979).
Most of the martyrs of the Church of silence were, for obvious reasons, anonymous, but there were some Catholic hero martyrs, such as the 'cardinals in captivity', Jozsef Mindszenty in Hungary, Stefan Wyszynski in Poland, and Alojzije Stepinac in Yugoslavia.
The interview took place just after reports that the Communist government of Hungary had imprisoned Cardinal Josef Mindszenty. In desperation, Baker asked Waugh how he felt about the Cardinal's imprisonment.
Archbishop Tokarczuk's hardline helped save Cardinal Wyszynski from a fate similar to Hungary's Cardinal Mindszenty, who, as a result of an Ostpolitik deal with Budapest, was eventually sidelined in exile.
The widely publicized arrests for treason and imprisonments of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac in Yugoslavia in 1946 and Cardinal Joszef Mindszenty in Hungary in 1948 led many to the not unreasonable conclusion that Communists had singled out Catholics for special animosity.
The Communists tolerated a modicum of religious practice, though those religious leaders who evinced any opposition to the regime were dealt with harshly (perhaps the most infamous case being Hungarian Cardinal Josef Mindszenty, who sought asylum in the American Embassy in Budapest for 15 years).
Others that might have had entries include the many people who suffered under communism, such as Walter Ciszek, SJ; China's Cardinal Kung; Hungary's Cardinal Josef Mindszenty, and others.
1948 marked the beginning of the era of "High Stalinism." Even though Stalin's Eastern European satraps--Rakosi in Hungary, in December 1948, police arrested Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty, the Roman Catholic Primate of Hungary and an uncompromising opponent of communism (as he had been of Nazism).
No seria el primer caso: el cardenal Josezf Mindszenty estuvo 15 anos en la embajada de Estados Unidos en Budapest.
Apart from the solitary opposition of Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty, the Catholic Church in Hungary resisted Communism even more feebly, and was even more dominated in its governance and slow to accept Vatican II's teachings.
Poland was second only to the Vatican in the fight against totalitarianism, where Cardinal Mindszenty opposed communism.